Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Coupon Wording

"Limit One Coupon Per Purchase Per Transaction".This is printed on most of the manufacturer coupons.

So what does this mean?

Per Purchase = One Item
Every item you buy is considered a purchase. You can use one manufacturer’s coupon per item. You can also stack an in-store coupon.

Per Transaction = Entire Sale
Every time the cashier hands you a receipt. Sometimes you will be doing multiple transaction during a singleshopping trip. Mostly at the drug stores to roll store rewards.

Limit of 4 Like Coupons in Same Shopping Trip =
You can only use four of the same exact coupon per shopping trip. This is to prevent one person from
buying the entire inventory at the store in one shopping trip.

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